September 22, 2011 - 10:45am
The IdeaFestival (IF) is here in Louisville and helping all expanding their ideas of the possible to connect with each other and the IF speakers who are changing the world. IF 2011 started yesterday, September 21 and goes till September 24 at The Kentucky Center for the Arts. "The IdeaFestival is unlike many other thought leadership events, IdeaFestival is a catalyst for high-speed innovation, product development, and creative endeavors across all fields" says Kris Kimmel, IdeaFestival Founder. Louisville Mayor Greg Fisher invites all to "please join me to find your own inspiration."
The IdeaFestival (IF) is here in Louisville and helping all expanding their ideas of the possible to connect with each other and the IF speakers who are changing the world. IF 2011 started yesterday, September 21 and goes till September 24 at The Kentucky Center for the Arts. “The...
September 16, 2011 - 10:00am
Taking one last look at my all-cards/all-cats teams in preparation for Saturday's Louisville/Kentucky football game I take a look at the coaching staff of each respective squad.
In the last four days I have revealed my picks for the athletes in an All-Louisville as well as an All-Kentucky football team. This of course, is in preparation for Saturday’s Louisville/Kentucky game in Lexington at 7.
September 15, 2011 - 10:00am
Concluding my four part series on "All-Cards" and "All-Cats" teams I conclude with Kentucky's defensive squad.
This concludes my four part series in prep for that Louisville-Kentucky football rivalry game. For the past couple of days I’ve highlighted all-star teams for both Louisville and Kentucky though the years, today’s focus in on the “All-Cats” defensive squad.
September 14, 2011 - 10:19am
Continuing to look at the All-Cards and All-Cats teams in preparation for Saturday's Louisville-Kentucky game, I turn my attention to Kentucky's offensive team.
Some might say that I got football on the brain, which very well might be true. But, I can tell you this for sure I’m not the only one. The past two days I developed an “all-cards team” of sorts.Go back, and check them out if you want to see who I had in and where. In looking...
September 13, 2011 - 12:52pm
The reason Kentucky will win this year's game isn't because they are the better team. It's because... well, somebody has to win it.
Coming into the season, UK fans knew they’d be missing a great deal of offense with the departure of Randall Cobb. We’d miss him at varying QB snaps; we’d miss him as a running back, kick returner and wide receiver. He was our all-purpose, do-everything player. ...